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Chilean Seafood Salad :: Ensalada de Machas

Chile has a Huuuuge coastline, which means it has an abundance of deliciously fresh seafood.  And of course, fresh is always best.

However, when bringing seafood from Chile to the UK… it has to be in a tin, which is still very good!   115 more words

Морай и Марас, круги и мозаика

По Священной долине инков можно лазить с месяц. Руины на руинах, затерянные города (Мачу-Пикчу совсем не единственный) и прочие следы цивилизации инков разбросаны здесь на каждом шагу.

South America

Using technology to promote and share community-owned solutions to sustainable resource use

The COBRA Project – Local Solutions to Future Challenges: Community Owned Best Practice for Sustainable Resource Adaptive Management in the Guiana Shield – is a three-year, multinational project funded by the European Commission Seventh Framework Programme. 208 more words

Technology

Potosí, Bolivia

We arrived in Potosí after a 9.5 hour journey from La Paz with Bolivar. Very comfy journey except there were no toilets (except for a 3.30am stop in the middle of nowhere and a 2 BOB fee) and the bus must have stopped about 6 times whilst leaving La Paz. 592 more words

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The colours in Bogota (4)

With a population of 8 millions, Bogota, the capital city of Colombia, is huge by any standard. Though its image may not by positive in many people’s minds, I did not find it particularly unsafe to travel. 36 more words

Photography

Away we went.

By a series of impulsive decisions and fortunate circumstances, I have managed to go to 4 different continents in the last year.
No, this was not planned. 644 more words

Reminisce this..

Trying to recount travel adventures in hindsight is quite difficult. But let’s try. Here are the most notable escapades from the last few years.

2013: Latvia (Riga) and Thailand (Bangkok, Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, Koh Tao) 282 more words

Antarctica